Triple Delight Easter Chocolate Ripple Cake

 

Triple Delight Easter Chocolate Ripple Cake

And so the Easter treasures continue………

I’m in some serious chocolate heaven at the moment, please don’t think too badly of me hehehehe… I will confess ‘My name is Dannielle, AKA Zamamabakes and I am addicted to baking, over-SHARING in more ways than one and perhaps a little sugar? (ok a lot!!!)

Before starting my blog I used to just bake and share my edible treasures with family, friends and work colleagues, with blogging I now get to share it on a much larger scale (such an enjoyable, addictive exprience) that’s what this little space of is all about, creating, sharing, chatting and just having fun in general with a side of my life thrown into the mix (if you’re interested that is).

So as a little ‘I love each and everyone of you giving my blog the time of day’…..If you’ve been following Zamamabakes since day dot, you are amazing, thank you and if you’ve jumped on board somewhere since day dot which was August 2014, I still say thankyou you are amazing too.

The responses I’ve had to my blog posts of late have been so heart warmingly rewarding, you guys letting me know how much you love what I’m doing by sharing, liking and commenting whether it be via Facebook, instagram, twitter or the blog itself, keeps me inspired and on the hunt for more delicious treasure and experiences to share with all my lovelies.

If you really love what I do and don’t want to miss a single post ,I do 3 a week, why don’t you subscribe to Zamamabakes (if you haven’t already)? As you read this post if you look to the left of your screen just below the search tool, (on your smart phone there are two little arrows at the top of my page >>, click on them)  you’ll see the words

‘Subscribe to ZAMAMABAKES via Email’, type that email address of yours in, click subscribe and you’ll officially be a Zamama groupie and I will be forever grateful. (PS -you can unsubscribe whenever you get sick of me).

Now back to soothing those sweet tooths of ours…….

I’m guessing quite a few of you lovelies have tried a chocolate ripple cake before, BUT have you tried a Triple Delight Chocolate Ripple Cake? Think salted caramel, chocolate treasure & nutella……. I did say TRIPLE!

I did take the shortcut option with the salted caramel but if you’ve got your fancy pants on you might like to make your very own delicious golden sauce, it really is delicious.

Triple Delight Collage

This little treasure gives you maximum taste and visual enchantment (you know when you can’t stop staring at something until it’s physically in your mouth) and all for a minimal effort, 20 mins preparation to be exact, the hardest part is waiting the 6 hours for it to turn all cakey in the fridge!

Got an Easter gathering planned? Put your hand up for making dessert and I guarantee you this Triple Delight Easter Chocolate Ripple Cake will turn heads and get everyone’s tastebuds watering!

Such a great dessert to enjoy at anytime of year. Here’s one I made the Christmas before last without the tripleness and a little more berriness. Delish.

berry chocolate ripple cake

But for now it’s back to the TRIPLENESS!!!

Close up triple delight

a spoonful of Triple delight

Your How-To:

4.7 from 3 reviews
Triple Delight Easter Chocolate Ripple Cake
 
Prep time
Total time
 
Author:
Recipe type: Dessert
Serves: 12
Ingredients
  • 600ml thickened cream
  • 1 teaspoon caster sugar
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla essence
  • 250g packet Arnott's Choc Ripple Biscuits (I used 22 biscuits)
  • 155g pkt maltesers, crushed
  • 300ml salted caramel sauce (store bought or homemade)
  • ¼ cup nutella
  • Malteser bunnies (cheapest option is the 8 pack)
  • 190g pkt m&m's crispy speckled eggs
Instructions
  1. Using an electric mixer, beat cream, sugar and vanilla to firm peaks.
  2. To assemble cake, using a spatula, spread a strip of cream mixture down the centre length of a platter to make the base.
  3. Starting from one end, stand 1 biscuit upright on its edge. Pick up another biscuit, spread with 1 teaspoon of salted caramel then 1 teaspoon of cream, sprinkle 1 teaspoon of crushed maltesers over the top and sandwich it against the biscuit already positioned on platter.
  4. Repeat this process with remaining 20 biscuits to make a row.
  5. Spread remaining cream over the cake to cover and seal.
  6. Chill for at least 6 hours to set, overnight is fine.
  7. Carefully drizzle the salted caramel sauce and nutella over the cream log (I used a piping bag) and decorate with Malteser bunnies and speckled eggs.
  8. Slice cake on the diagonal, you should get a good 12-14 slices
  9. Store any leftovers in an airtight container in fridge for up to 4 days.
  10. Enjoy!

 

Apart from chocolate what other yummies do you enjoy over Easter? Savoury responses are welcome too 😉

I’ve got another easy dessert (I did say I’m in chocolate heaven) coming your way very soon!

Until then……

Zamamabakes

 

(Visited 21,952 times, 5 visits today)

 

Triple Delight Easter Chocolate Ripple Cake

And so the Easter treasures continue………

I’m in some serious chocolate heaven at the moment, please don’t think too badly of me hehehehe… I will confess ‘My name is Dannielle, AKA Zamamabakes and I am addicted to baking, over-SHARING in more ways than one and perhaps a little sugar? (ok a lot!!!)

Before starting my blog I used to just bake and share my edible treasures with family, friends and work colleagues, with blogging I now get to share it on a much larger scale (such an enjoyable, addictive exprience) that’s what this little space of is all about, creating, sharing, chatting and just having fun in general with a side of my life thrown into the mix (if you’re interested that is).

So as a little ‘I love each and everyone of you giving my blog the time of day’…..If you’ve been following Zamamabakes since day dot, you are amazing, thank you and if you’ve jumped on board somewhere since day dot which was August 2014, I still say thankyou you are amazing too.

The responses I’ve had to my blog posts of late have been so heart warmingly rewarding, you guys letting me know how much you love what I’m doing by sharing, liking and commenting whether it be via Facebook, instagram, twitter or the blog itself, keeps me inspired and on the hunt for more delicious treasure and experiences to share with all my lovelies.

If you really love what I do and don’t want to miss a single post ,I do 3 a week, why don’t you subscribe to Zamamabakes (if you haven’t already)? As you read this post if you look to the left of your screen just below the search tool, (on your smart phone there are two little arrows at the top of my page >>, click on them)  you’ll see the words

‘Subscribe to ZAMAMABAKES via Email’, type that email address of yours in, click subscribe and you’ll officially be a Zamama groupie and I will be forever grateful. (PS -you can unsubscribe whenever you get sick of me).

Now back to soothing those sweet tooths of ours…….

I’m guessing quite a few of you lovelies have tried a chocolate ripple cake before, BUT have you tried a Triple Delight Chocolate Ripple Cake? Think salted caramel, chocolate treasure & nutella……. I did say TRIPLE!

I did take the shortcut option with the salted caramel but if you’ve got your fancy pants on you might like to make your very own delicious golden sauce, it really is delicious.

Triple Delight Collage

This little treasure gives you maximum taste and visual enchantment (you know when you can’t stop staring at something until it’s physically in your mouth) and all for a minimal effort, 20 mins preparation to be exact, the hardest part is waiting the 6 hours for it to turn all cakey in the fridge!

Got an Easter gathering planned? Put your hand up for making dessert and I guarantee you this Triple Delight Easter Chocolate Ripple Cake will turn heads and get everyone’s tastebuds watering!

Such a great dessert to enjoy at anytime of year. Here’s one I made the Christmas before last without the tripleness and a little more berriness. Delish.

berry chocolate ripple cake

But for now it’s back to the TRIPLENESS!!!

Close up triple delight

a spoonful of Triple delight

Your How-To:

4.7 from 3 reviews
Triple Delight Easter Chocolate Ripple Cake
 
Prep time
Total time
 
Author:
Recipe type: Dessert
Serves: 12
Ingredients
  • 600ml thickened cream
  • 1 teaspoon caster sugar
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla essence
  • 250g packet Arnott's Choc Ripple Biscuits (I used 22 biscuits)
  • 155g pkt maltesers, crushed
  • 300ml salted caramel sauce (store bought or homemade)
  • ¼ cup nutella
  • Malteser bunnies (cheapest option is the 8 pack)
  • 190g pkt m&m's crispy speckled eggs
Instructions
  1. Using an electric mixer, beat cream, sugar and vanilla to firm peaks.
  2. To assemble cake, using a spatula, spread a strip of cream mixture down the centre length of a platter to make the base.
  3. Starting from one end, stand 1 biscuit upright on its edge. Pick up another biscuit, spread with 1 teaspoon of salted caramel then 1 teaspoon of cream, sprinkle 1 teaspoon of crushed maltesers over the top and sandwich it against the biscuit already positioned on platter.
  4. Repeat this process with remaining 20 biscuits to make a row.
  5. Spread remaining cream over the cake to cover and seal.
  6. Chill for at least 6 hours to set, overnight is fine.
  7. Carefully drizzle the salted caramel sauce and nutella over the cream log (I used a piping bag) and decorate with Malteser bunnies and speckled eggs.
  8. Slice cake on the diagonal, you should get a good 12-14 slices
  9. Store any leftovers in an airtight container in fridge for up to 4 days.
  10. Enjoy!

 

Apart from chocolate what other yummies do you enjoy over Easter? Savoury responses are welcome too 😉

I’ve got another easy dessert (I did say I’m in chocolate heaven) coming your way very soon!

Until then……

Zamamabakes

 

(Visited 21,952 times, 5 visits today)

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57 Comments on “Triple Delight Easter Chocolate Ripple Cake

  1. Oooh what a clever combo. I’ve only ever made this with jam and cream but this sounds magnificent.

    Reply
    1. Dannielle

      Thanks Nicole. Jam and cream would still make my mouth water, yum.

      Reply
  2. Far out brussel spout, you’ve really egg-celled yourself this time! This is egg-pic! Caramel sauce, Nutella and Malteser Bunnies – what a trifecta of deliciousness!

    Reply
    1. Dannielle

      Thanks Sammie! I love experimenting!

      Reply
  3. Wow! What an amazing looking Easter cake!

    Reply
    1. Dannielle

      Thanks Ingrid. It’s lots of fun to make.

      Reply
  4. This is so beautiful! I love over-the-top outrageous sweets and is there a better time than Easter?! I think not! 🙂

    Reply
    1. Dannielle

      Thanks Jessica. Yes Easter really does bring out my sweet chocolate addictions, such a delicious time of year!

      Reply
  5. I love this new take on our family favourite! Such an easy ‘bring a plate to a party’ desert this one! Looking forward to Easter now x

    Reply
    1. Dannielle

      I’m glad you like it Ashlea. You’ll have fun with this little treasure. Have a fantastic Easter!

      Reply
  6. That looks divine!!! Confession time: I’ve never actually made a choc ripple cake, but this has me convinced that it’s 100% necessary in my life.

    Reply
    1. Dannielle

      You’ll love it Sheridan Anne. Totally 100% necessary. Enjoy!

      Reply
  7. This is so darn pretty!! And totally, utterly delicious too of course!

    Reply
    1. Dannielle

  8. Oh my goodness me. I must find that salted caramel sauce!!!!

    Reply
    1. Dannielle

      It’s the goods Malinda especially for a store bought variety.

      Reply
  9. Oh Dani you delicious thing you – this looks nicer than a grog log!! WOWSERS. Might see if mum will help me make/eat it over Easter!

    Reply
    1. Dannielle

      Hehehe thanks Emily. I do love a grog log too! Oh you and your Mum should totally make it, Enjoy xx

      Reply
  10. Oh my gosh! Yummo. I’m trying to avoid Easter goodies this year before having bub but this is so very tempting!

    Reply
    1. Dannielle

      Make it your Easter treat Becky

      Reply
  11. You are excelling yourself at the moment, lovely lady. I don’t know where you get your ideas from. Everything looks absolutely amazing. This would be an absolute winner for Easter Sunday. Forget a table setting, just plonk this in the middle of the table 🙂 xx Oh and I’m off to subscribe right now.

    Reply
    1. Dannielle

      Renee I love having you stop in for a chat. My ideas just come to me at times. Our Brisbane Problogger day has definitely got me thinking a little more outside the box. Thank you for your kind words.
      This little treasure would definitely make a great centrepiece for the table at Easter, my Mum put her order in for one tonight. Congratulations and thank you on becoming a Zamama groupie! Have a great week lovely. X

      Reply
  12. janice

    So sad, I am not familiar with the ingredients so won’t be able to make it. It does look delicious. I am over here across the pond in Wisconsin USA.

    Reply
    1. Dannielle

      Janice I can step you through descriptions of ingredients if you like. USA will totally have the ingredients covered.

      Reply
      1. janice

        That would be great. I will list the ones I don’t know
        600 ml t hickened cream
        Caster sugar
        Arnotts chocolate ripple biscuits
        155 packet maltesers

        Reply
        1. Skye

          Thickened cream=cream that you use to have whipped cream
          Caster sugar=fine white sugar(from the supermarket?)
          Arnotts Chocolate Ripple biscuits= plain chocolate flavoured biscuits no cream or chocolate covering
          Malteasers= Malted milk balls

          Reply
          1. Dannielle

            Thanks so much Skye.
            I believe the American substitute for maltesers are ‘whoppers’.
            Make sure cream has at least 35% fat content.
            Let me know how you get on Janice xx

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  14. Bec

    OHMYGOSH Yes.. this looks amazingly indulgent, delicious and pretty! Killer recipe. For the record, I am glad you get to share these with the world. The world needs to know!

    Reply
    1. Dannielle

      Thanks Bec you’re a treasure. Xx

      Reply
  15. Drooling and why haven’t I know about that salted caramel sauce before now. Probably a good thing.

    Reply
    1. Dannielle

      Hehehe good things come to those who wait Raychael, you have to try it!

      Reply
  16. Oh goooood lorrrrrdd that looks delish!

    Reply
    1. Dannielle

  17. That is so pretty and I’m drooling on the keyboard thinking about how good those flavours sound! Ah, Easter. How I love thee.

    Reply
    1. Dannielle

      Thanks Kaz it really is worth drooling over. I’m planning to make another for a family gathering next weekend. I love Easter!

      Reply
  18. Oh wow, this looks outrageously good!

    Reply
    1. Dannielle

    1. Dannielle

      You need this cake in your life Toni xx

      Reply
  19. I am totally making this for a couple of Easter BBQs coming up! Your site is fantastic! Been pouring through all the recipes! Is there any chance you can post up the Berry version of this you did for Christmas, I wasn’t able to find it on your site. =)

    Reply
    1. Dannielle

      Hey Sandy, enjoy!
      The Berry Version is the same (there isn’t a separate blog post for it) just drop the caramel, maltesers and eggs using just the cream to wedge biscuits together, then just grate some chocolate over the top and scatter with a selection of fresh blueberries, strawberries and raspberries, so easy and so scrummy!

      Reply
      1. Thank you so much, easy peasy! Happy Easter 🙂 🙂

        Reply
        1. Dannielle

          You are very welcome lovely lady. Enjoy

          Reply
  20. Oh I am the biggest chocolate lover ever – the Triple Delight Easter Chocolate Ripple Cake sounds so very yummy…. I am too scared to make it cause I would want to eat all of it 🙂
    We love “Chocolate Cross Buns” – Hubby makes them for Easter each year, they are the best. Actually he didn’t get time to make them last year, wonder if he will be able to this year!
    Thanks for sharing your cake 🙂

    Reply
    1. Dannielle

      Thanks for stopping by Lisa. I hope your husband gets to make you those ‘chocolate cross buns’ this year.
      Sharing is caring and I love doing just that. Have a great weekend. X

      Reply
  21. OMG Dannielle… what are you doing to me. I could practically lick my computer lol xx

    Reply
    1. Dannielle

      Sorry Sonia (but not really, hehe) glad you got the yummy effect!

      Reply
  22. Sajida Jogiat

    1. Dannielle

      Thank you Sajida 🙂

      Reply
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  24. This is just so clever!! I can’t wait to try and make it this weekend! Happy Easter x

    Reply
    1. Dannielle

      Thanks Fleur, I’m making it again this weekend too, the kidlets haven’t let up since I made the last one, it doesn’t take much to twist my arm 😉
      Enjoy xx

      Reply
  25. Nessy Utz

    I made this today. I made my own Salted Caramel Sauce. I used M & M’s to decorate for a Birthday Cake. Sooo Indulgent. So easy. Thank you.

    Reply
    1. Dannielle

      Nessy I’m so glad you enjoyed this yummy cake! Go you making your own salted caramel sauce, that’s fabulous and oh so delicious! Thank you for sharing. Have a beautiful week 🙂

      Reply
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